Restyle that Old Sweater with Stitch Lounge and CraftStylish!

comments (1) May 21st, 2008     

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Video Length: 6:52
Produced by: Laurel Tuohy

The trio that owns Stitch Lounge, an impossibly cool drop-in sewing studio in San Francisco, always wow us with their style and creativity. We recently met up with the ladies of Stitch Lounge while they were manning their Stitch Lounge/Singer booth, at Maker Faire in California, and convinced them to share a project with us.

What they chose, a sweater-restyle, is a lightening-speed variation on a similar project in their second book, Subversive Seamster.

In this video two of the three lounge owners, Hope Meng and Melissa Alvarado, turn a fallen-out-of-favor turtleneck sweater into a shawl-collared bolero with matching gloves. The results are, predictably, adorable.

posted in: fashion, recycle, project, restyle, stitch lounge, Subversive Seamster, Hope Meng, Melissa Alvarado

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JenniferStern writes: I've been saving a cashmere sweater...with some small holes...I'm going to cut it up and see what I can come up with. Thanks for the inspiration!
Posted: 12:13 pm on May 23rd
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